Mexican Actress Lilia Aragón Dies At 82

The news of her death was released by the National Association of Actors

The National Association of Actors (ANDA) announced, through its social networks, the death of actress Lilia Aragón, who was 82 years old.

With 55 years of experience in the national show, the veteran interpreter lost her life this Monday, as reported by ANDA

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In its condolences, ANDA highlighted that Lilia Aragón was the general secretary of her union for four years.

“The National Association of Actors deeply regrets the death of our colleague Lilia Aragón del Rivero, who was the general secretary of our union during the 2006-2010 period. Our sincere condolences to her family and friends. Rest in Peace, ”ANDA reported.

So far the causes of her death are unknown.

Who was Lilia Aragón?

Lilia Isabel Aragón del Rivero, as was her full name, was a leading film, theater and television actress.

The famous one who had four children, had two marriages; her first marriage was with Enrique Soto with whom she had her children Gabriela, Enrique and Alejandro, and later she married the editor Guillermo  Mendizábal , with whom she had her fourth child, Pablo; this relationship also failed.

Lilia Aragón Died
Lilia Aragón del Rivero (Photo: Twitter @ andactores)

With 55 years of experience, the veteran actress died at the age of 82 without the cause of death being revealed at the time. The first reports about her death indicate that the interpreter presented complications of the digestive system, however no further information has been revealed.

The actress had dedicated her last years to the union affairs of the guild, and even confronted the also interpreter Cynthia Klitbo for union affairs of the ANDA. Aragon has a prolific career in film, theater and television. She participated in countless Mexican soap operas for the Televisa company Her first appearance in one of them was in 1970 with El Mariachi , alongside José Alonso and Sylvia Pasquel. Her participation in the genre also includes Hug me very strong, Wild Rose, Cuna de lobos and Hasta el fin del mundo , her last work on the screen being the melodrama Overcoming fear , in 2020.

Born in Cuautla Morelos on September 22, 1938, Lilia developed a career founded on the theatrical tables, but it was only on the television network that she achieved great popularity for her performances in other stories such as Angelitos Negros , from 1970, Pueblo chico, big hell , from 1997; Rubí , from 2004 and the new version of Simply María , in 2016.

In cinema she also had remembered participations in dozens of films, among them The Memories of the Future , from 1964; The perfect woman, in 1977; Poison for the fairies , 1984 and City without law , 1990, among others.

In addition, she collaborated as a scriptwriter in different comic strips for Editorial Posada such as Duda , from 1971 and Professor Planeta , from 1974.

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